ULTIMATE UV PROTECTION The sun shoots out rays of different lengths. The most damaging are the ultra violet rays, which are classified as UVA and UVB. Breo sunglasses offer UV400 protection and are tested and approved to BS EN 1836:2005 & AS/NZS 1067:2003 standards, offering great protection for affordable prices.
Ultimate UV Protection
- Filters out 100% of all UVA, UVB and UVC
Technology with Strength - Polycar X®
- Impact resistance against heavy objects at low speeds
Finished With Style
- It's called Soft Touch for a reason, because you can't resist touching it!
100% UV A/B
TECHNOLOGY WITH STRENGTH - POLYCARX Our polycarbonate lenses (Polycarx) are up to 10 times more impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses and they provide 100% protection from the suns harmful UV rays. They are also lightweight, adding to the comfort of our sunglasses and sports eyewear.
FINISHED WITH STYLE - Soft-TRM Our unique soft touch rubber membrane (Soft-TRM) finish provides great sweat resistance and sit comfortably on the face and ears under any conditions for prolonged periods of time. Ultra soft to the touch, it feels like expensive suede or soft leather but offers the tough as nails performance.
Breo sunglasses' Ellipse range epitomises fashion, confidence and style. The pop of contrasting colour added to the legs give the range that eye-catching colour injection you would expect from breo.
Our unique soft touch rubber (Soft-TRM®) finish in White & Pink provides great sweat resistance and sit comfortable on the face and ears under any conditions for prolonged periods of time.
Breo sunglasses' Polycarbonate lenses are made of tough high impact material (PolycarX®) and the smoked grey Cat 3 finish transmits the full colour spectrum.
- Available in 6 colours
- Soft touch rubber
- One size/unisex
- Super tough shatterproof lenses
- Iconic style
- Frame: PC Frame Hor — 145mm Vert — 49mm Leg — 140mm
- Lens: Smoked Polycarbonate
- Weight: 27g
- Filter: Filter Category No. 3
- Protection: Total UV Protection
- Tested: • UV 400 • BS EN 1836:2005 • AS/NZS 1067:2003